If you’ve ever felt:
▶︎ cautious or fearful about speaking up or promoting yourself
▶︎ unclear about what you want to say or where to say it
▶︎ overwhelmed by everything you have to learn in order to get your name and your work out to the world
▶︎ worried that you’re going to have to spend your life stressed and hustling if you want to succeed
or if you’ve ever wanted:
▶︎ to find your voice and have your words resonate with the people you’re trying to reach
▶︎ to feel authentic and joyful about being visible in the world
▶︎ to be more consistent with your visibility efforts
▶︎ to feel confident in a leadership role, supporting others
▶︎ become an influential figure in your industry
then the School of Visibility is the place for you.
We support women who are coaches, freelancers, entrepreneurs, wellbeing professionals and spiritual teachers, creatives, podcasters, bloggers and social justice warriors.
We support mums who’ve been staying at home with little ones and are planning their next professional move, and we work with women who feel called to support other women but aren’t yet sure exactly how.
If any of these experiences ↓ sound familiar, the School of Visibility is for you.
Who the School is not for:
It’s not for women who don’t like personal development work or feel huge resistance to it.
It’s not for women who want to learn the latest tactic for growing their list from 100 to 100,000 in 3 months.
It’s not for women who are unwilling to do both the inner work and the outer work. This means both clearing visibility blocks and fears and taking strategic action to become more visible in the world. (We know it’s a waste of time to focus on one without the other and we don’t want to waste your time or ours.)
As a woman, you will have unconsciously internalised a whole lot of stories about your voice, about your entitlement to take up space, about how you ought to behave in the world to be deemed ‘acceptable’.
Plus there’ll be all the other intersecting pieces of your identity – your class, race, culture, physical and mental abilities, and sexuality – that inform how easy or difficult it is to put yourself out there time and time again, as is required if you want people to know about you.
And if your work is unique or unusual in some way, you’ll face more visibility challenges than most. Because we don’t live in societies which encourage difference and diversity. We live in societies that encourage conformity. Societies that say, ‘Stand out, but only a little bit. Don’t challenge us too much. Don’t disrupt the status quo.’
To overcome this conditioning it’s important that you surround yourself with women who are consciously unpacking all the limiting influences that would otherwise keep them quiet and invisible. People like our amazing students who achieved this recently:
You didn’t start a business to work more hours for less pay. You didn’t start a business to work and work and work and be left wondering why it’s not taking off or having the impact you know it’s capable of having.
You didn’t start a business to feel anxious or worried all the time.
You started a business to live a life less ordinary. To make a difference. To build a lifestyle that would work for you and for your family. To make a positive contribution in the world. To be part of this incredible wave of change that’s sweeping the planet. To be a role model for your kids or the next generation. To find a better way.
To do any – or all – of that, you have to be visible.
You also need other people around you. People who are walking the same path. Because building a business, utilising social media, podcasting, creating a You Tube channel, connecting with people across the globe…. none of this has been tried and tested.
It’s new. It’s unusual.
We’re the first generation of women to step out in large numbers and run our own businesses. We’re the first generation of people to build businesses online.
We’re the first generation of women who are building a global network and woman centred economies, where women are connecting with, and selling to, one other.
Integrating spirituality or personal development into business operations has never been contemplated before. Working flexible hours. Working from cafes or by the beach or the lake. ALL of this is different.
None of this is business as usual. It’s revolutionary and it’s changing the very face of society.
It’s time for women to be visible. To use our voices. To influence positive change in the world. Will you join us?
Find out more about studying with us